And whether from your own personal experience or as a result of serving others, you know the tremendous support that a meditation practice can give you, especially when you need it most.
If you're like most people who read this, you've probably never seriously considered learning to teach others mindfulness...or realized that guiding others is a direct and natural part of deepening your practice.
And almost no one feels like they have the skills, the confidence or a clear, step-by-step plan to show the people in their life how to start meditating.
But people at all levels of experience and all stages of practice can become inspired to share what they know, so we've created a fun, yet comprehensive and precise guide to show you how.
Maybe you've had a rewarding practice session and you want to tell your partner about it in the hopes that they will take an interest.
Perhaps you know how valuable it would be in your workplace, but you don’t have the confidence to guide a group of your co-workers.
Maybe you have clients who could really use the support mindfulness provides, but you're not sure how to give them clear instructions to help them start their own meditation practices.
Any reason for learning how to introduce meditation to others is profoundly meaningful and deserves support.
And by getting clarity, support and instruction to guide others in mindfulness meditation, you'll get fresh insights and new perspectives on your own practice along the way too.
Because when you learn how to effectively teach, you become a better student.